"Ghosts of Cambridge" will be at the Somerville Public Library 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10. The guys from Paranormal Hood will be there plus free treats from Union Square Donuts. Click here for details.
As per your request, here's the kick-off radio interview with the team from Paranormal Hood.
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Explore the chilling history that has made this city a playground for restless spirits.
As one of the nation's oldest cities, Cambridge, Massachusetts, has a tumultuous history filled with Revolutionary War beginnings, religious persecutions and centuries of debate between Ivy League intelligentsia. It should come as no surprise that the city is also home to spirits that are entangled with the past and now inhabit the dormitories, local watering holes and even military structures of the present. Discover the apparitions that frighten freshmen in Harvard's Weld Hall, the Revolutionary War ghosts that haunt the estates of Tory Row and the flapper who is said to roam the seats of Somerville Theatre. Using careful research and firsthand accounts, author Sam Baltrusis delves into ghastly tales of murder, crime and the bizarre happenings in the early days of Cambridge to uncover the truth behind some of the city's most historic haunts.
Journalist Sam Baltrusis, author of Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub, freelances for various publications including Boston Spirit magazine and is the managing editor of Scout Magazines in Somerville and Cambridge. He has been featured as Boston's paranormal expert on the Biography Channel's Haunted Encounters and Paranormal State’s Ryan Buell's Paranormal Insider Radio. As a side gig, he moonlights as a tour guide and produces Harvard Square's Cambridge Haunts ghost tour, highlighting the city's historical haunts. He's also a sought-after lecturer who speaks at dozens of paranormal-related events scattered throughout New England. In the past, he's worked for VH1, MTV.com, Newsweek, WHDH.com, ABC Radio and as a regional stringer for The New York Times.